AIA, LEED AP, NCARB
OT Marshall Architects
After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Tennessee in 1982, Tom accepted an internship with Edward Durell Stone Associates in New York City. During his three year tenure, he worked on a number of large scale projects including Financial Square — a fifty-two story skyscraper in downtown Manhattan and a number of other projects abroad.
In 1984, Mr. Marshall attended the University of Illinois Graduate School of Architecture. Specializing in concept design theory, he obtained a Masters of Architecture degree. In 1985, Mr. Marshall was the recipient of the prestigious American Institute of Architects “Chicago Award” for his work on the La Biennale di Venzia entry for the Ca Venia de Le one in Venice, Italy.
Since joining his Father ’s firm of O. T. Marshall Architects — established 1957 — Mr. Marshall has worked on a wide variety of large scale projects. His particular experience involves the management of complex projects. Working with multi-disciplined consultants is an essential requirement to meet this task.
Mr. Marshall has served as lead architect and program manager for the redevelopment of the Fairgrounds and for Bass Pro at the Pyramid. He firmly believes that creating economic engines throughout the City is key in creating diverse and sustainable communities. These two developments will have lasting positive effects on the surrounding neighborhoods, the City, and the Mid-South region.
With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Marshall is well respected as a leading authority in Architecture, Program Management and Project Management.